All health problems can be linked to damaged cells. It follows, therefore, if you give the cells what they need they will heal themselves. What are Redox Signalling Molecules? These are molecules that are present in every living cell and their functions are central to all life on the…
Whatever we are doing in our lives our biggest asset is always going to be ourselves. Our busy lives take up a huge amount of energy and effort, alongside the need to keep focussed on the really important issues. We know we need to be aiming to be operating at peak efficiency yet it can be hard to see what to do to get the best for and out of ourselves, our time and our energy when there are so many demands on us. So here are a few tips to help you check if you have the basics in place:
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Now, you’re probably getting used to me raving about how ASEA provides a foundation for good health at a cellular level. Because of its very nature ASEA doesn’t need to be digested as it is working at a level below nutrition. It contains redox signalling molecules identical to those in our cells, molecules that are essential for cells to function and remain healthy. As a consequence supplementing with these redox signalling molecules is a key factor for anyone’s health programme.
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